The Fiber Arts Center in Espanola. Courtesy photo
The third annual New Mexico Fiber Crawl is May 17-19.
The event opens the doors to more than 35 studios, businesses, farms and museums for an immersive, in-depth look at some of New Mexico’s richest traditions in communities across Northern New Mexico.
The New Mexico Fiber Crawl weekend is free and open to the public. Visitors receive a passport and travel to the various sites to obtain stamps.
Families, fiber enthusiasts, artists and collectors can participate in demonstrations on weaving, felting, spinning, knitting, crocheting, dyeing, quilting and more at the numerous sites.
Detailed information can be found leading up to the fiber crawl weekend at NMFiberCrawl.org.